Jonathan Gonzalez

February 16, 2018

Jonathan Gonzalez could be one of the best soccer players, yet he was caught. These US Soccer employees are hilarious. The last sentence in the quote from the Sports Illustrated article, shown below, says it all. Mystery solved. How do you expect a player that you cut from the last U20 World Cup to trust you to select him in the future? Trust is everything. And there are even conflicting…

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Some European Soccer Players will move to MLS for the money

January 31, 2018

Perfect example of foreign soccer agents and clubs using American soccer to make a buck, or a few million bucks. This player isn’t American and isn’t playing for any US national teams so what good does it do for him to be playing in the MLS? Some people don’t care about American soccer, just money and themselves. English agents are using MLS like their personal bank. Read more below… Pep…

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Jurgen Klinsmann would’ve taken U.S. to World Cup

January 31, 2018

Funny how, at the end of this video “Jurgen Klinsmann would’ve taken U.S. to World Cup – Geoff Cameron” , the ESPN commentator focuses the problem on the player who wasn’t even involved in the last 2 USA games. What a joke ESPN can be when reporting about soccer sometimes and this shows how they try to silence dissenters. The most experienced international pundit in the video agrees with the…

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USA vs Bosnia

January 28, 2018

Watched most of USA vs Bosnia and Herzegovina game tonight. Can US Soccer coaches pick players who can actually play soccer? Bosnia and Herzegovina literally ran circles and passed in triangles around the USA team. US players struggled to just trap the ball at times and our defenders were run ragged by many Bosnian dribbles. In one play a Bosnia player beat 5 USA players just 6 yards out from…

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Who’s really in charge of soccer in the USA in 2018?

January 16, 2018

Who’s really in charge of soccer in the USA in 2018? It’s my opinion that a group led by primarily 2nd tier and lower former English soccer players and fans who are now around 60-70 years old are in control of American soccer. In the 1990’s and earlier we had a combination of English, German, and Eastern European soccer leaders in the USA, but now it’s primarily and almost exclusively…

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Soccer Match Fixing

January 14, 2018

It’s hard to trust anything in soccer anymore after all the recent scandals. ¬†Just Google match fixing FIFA and you’ll see it’s rampant. Then if you look at all of USA’s important goals over the last 30 years they all come from some kind of weird play or 1 foot of snow. In fact two of them come from the identical set play: a throw in from just in front…

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Maradona Getting Punched

May 14, 2017

Have you ever seen Messi get punched in the face? I’ve never seen a single foul like this on Messi. Today’s players have it much much easier than the greats from the past. Watch this video below to see how Maradona was fouled in the 80’s. Some of these fouls in the video didn’t even get a yellow card but they would all be red cards today. Maradona was arguably…

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Fathers, football and mental health

December 5, 2016

Article submitted by¬†tasteforhealth.com For many years, research on children’s development and well-being has focused almost exclusively on what happens between children and their mothers. But some recent research has begun to focus on the importance of ‘quality time’ between fathers and children, and the potential benefits this has for mental health in later life. One study has associated good father-child relationships with an absence of emotional and behavioural difficulties in…

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